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We landed and got to hotel by 6pm and by 7pm we’re walking in Red Square and St Basil’s dominates the scene.
Magnificent, magical and really quite unreal.
The next 3 days we walked through Red Square on our way to other sites and activities...More
It’s a too attractive and colorful icon in the red square no matter when you take the picture. You can walk around to see the back side if you find too many people in the front. The tour guide says the story that the king...More
It's obviously a must to see the cathedral on the outside, not a must to see it inside as well. It costs 700 rubles in the low season and 1000 rubles in the high season, quite costly in comparison with other museums. But you only...More
There is so much history an lore associated with this iconic Moscow must see monument in Red Square.
Shown in my pics here are multiple views of St. Basil's Cathedral inside and outside of Red Square. Legend has it that Ivan The Terrible blinded the...More
The Cathedral is all what you imagine of Russia, sturdy, colourful and magical. It is the one place you have to visit if in Moscow, it is right across the entrance of the Kremlin and on the Red Square, so evidently you can't just miss...More
This is a very old Russian church that was built centuries ago. My husband and I have seen it multiple times in many Bondiana movies and so wanted to visit it during our recent trip to Moscow. A bit surprised that the interior decoration needed...More
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It is open the 3rd of July, but closed the 4th of July. You may easily listen to an explanation during your city tour and them buy tickets in the ticket office near the entrance to have a tour inside. There no much... More
It is open the 3rd of July, but closed the 4th of July. You may easily listen to an explanation during your city tour and them buy tickets in the ticket office near the entrance to have a tour inside. There no much information about the interior, more to see than to listen.